Postscript: Bloomsbury’s Gardens Reclaimed

The publication of the article yesterday exploring the possible benefits of restricted access to Bloomsbury’s gardens and streets led to some fierce debate in the realm of Twitter. The arguments and opinions espoused were delivered with such great force and were crafted in such a sophisticated manner that I have felt compelled to respond to these in the name of open and civilised debate. To begin with, it must be said that the writer was entirely aware of the arguments against restriction, and indeed the article was written in the spirit of exploring an unusual and novel proposition rather than … Continue reading Postscript: Bloomsbury’s Gardens Reclaimed

Bloomsbury’s Gardens Reclaimed

In the midst of a national emergency, Bloomsbury’s gardens reclaim their original Georgian character. It is well-known by now to all that we should only be leaving our homes for necessities – for essentials, or for our once daily form of outdoor exercise. This ‘lockdown’ has meant that Bloomsbury is possibly the quietest it has ever been since its original Georgian conception in the early 19th century. For the first time in two hundred years, the people on the streets of Bloomsbury are only those that actually live in Bloomsbury, leading to a new perspective on the use and appreciation … Continue reading Bloomsbury’s Gardens Reclaimed

Camden: The Epitome of Stupid

Camden meets QAM in a battle between common sense and absolute stupidity. All that is wrong with Camden has been highlighted in a short incident in the past week which has been afflicting residents of Queen Alexandra Mansions, Judd Street. Last week residents woke to find a key-box had been attached to the wall of QAM’s back entrance. This usually signifies that an owner of a flat has begun to rent it out on AirBnb, which is not permitted in QAM. Usually AirBnb hosts would make some effort to ‘hide’ their key-box but this individual had placed it in plain … Continue reading Camden: The Epitome of Stupid

Spread the word.

The name of the game is to get as many people on board with this movement as possible. The more people that know the Law, and what they can do, the better. Knowledge is power. As you may have seen, the only defence the Council has left is that people don’t know of their failings. As that wall begins to fall, they will be forced to restore some cleanliness to our streets, as indeed, has already begun to happen. This will make our neighbourhoods safer, and business more profitable. Use the buttons below to share this website, or copy and … Continue reading Spread the word.

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